My little one (14 months) still wakes up about three times at night to feed. Actually she hasn't ever really slept through the night. After a lot of feedback from several people on how she does not really need to feed (for nutritional reasons) at night anymore, I asked my pediatrician for a medical opinion. He agreed with this and suggested that I should stop breastfeeding her altogether as she was "addicted" to the breast. During the day she has three breastfeeds, three meals and a snack. I am really confused about what to do. Is it normal for toddlers to get up to feed every night? If we don't do anything about it, does it stop on its own or do toddlers really get addicted and have difficulty stopping later? And how long do toddlers sleep without some sort of a meal/feed? What have others experienced?